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Headline News Briefs

Headlines and briefs from ethnic media nationwide provide a window into the fastest growing populations in the country. For more information contact Elena Shore at eshore [at] newamericamedia [dot] org.

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Arizona Creates 'Zero Tolerance' Zone

Prensa Hispana, Mar 21, 2010

Arizona has become the leading state in the nation in creating "anti-immigrant" legislation, said Rev. Miguel Rivera.

Univision Campaigns to Curb Latino Dropout Rate

Al Dia, Mar 19, 2010

Latinos have one of the highest high school dropout rates in the country, and only one in 10 have university degrees.

Activists See Irony in Calderons Speedy Response to American Killings

La Opinin, Mar 18, 2010

Activists say the Calderon administration came running after the Americans were killed, yet has failed to react with the same urgency to the many murders that have plagued Mexicans in Juarez for years.

Navajo Nation Feeling Effects of New Mexico Budget Crisis

Navajo Times, Mar 18, 2010

New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson signed a bill that froze roughly $6 million in state funding for projects on Navajo lands.

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